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Greg, Gabrielle, and I were in Toronto this weekend for the 40th annual conference of the Art Librarians Society of North America (ARLIS/NA).
We got to walk around a bit and see some of the cool Toronto sites like the CN Tower.
On Saturday evening the librarians let loose at a cocktail party at the Frank Gehry-designed Art Gallery of Ontario at Ontario College of Art and Design (OCAD). Next store is the Sharp Centre for Design by architect Will Alsop.
On Sunday, I ate poutine. Twice.
But for most of the long weekend our view looked more or less like this:
We went to sessions on a variety of topics such as advances in cataloging, teaching with artists’ books, and preserving audio visual material. Just to name a few. Greg presented JeopARTy and I led a workshop on mentoring.
The conference is an educational and inspiring treat for us, however it does take a few days to recover. So if you notice that we look a bit dazed, have no fear–by next week we will be refreshed and raring to go
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